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First, I' m retired Aerospace engineer, but I love to teach, and I have a B.S. in Physics. I have been helping students in my own community to achieve great success in SAT, AP mathematics, and physics. also I worked as long term substitute physics teacher in memorial high school on Pasadena school ...

I have a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics and a Higher Teacher?s Diploma in Computer Science, and have been teaching for two years. I graduated from high school with good grades in Mathematics, Further mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Economics. I am thus equipped with the knowledge and know-how that is required in the teaching - learning process for maximum efficiency and effectiveness.

...Later I worked as tutor in Houston Baptist University, where I used my expertise in Precalculus to assist college students with their math classes. I had experience with **trigonometry** through precalculus in high school and calculus in college. I have tutored students in Houston Baptist University in this subject.

I am a tutor of Spanish, Physics and Mathematics with 30 years of teaching experience, at Middle school, High school, and College. I have a bachelor on Physics and a PhD in Physics, too. I am retired but I used to be a University teacher . I speak Spanish also.

...Derivatives are instantaneous rates of change and integrals are areas under curves. It turns out that derivatives and integrals are inverses of each other. That is, the area under the curve of a derivative function is the function itself.

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